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Shovel Ready Sites

The Gateway Business Park

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Shovel-Ready Site Designation Letter

Executive Summary

Ownership Information

Property Information

Transportation Information

Utility Information

Community Information

Environmental Information

Informational Booklet

As home to Wisconsin’s first and only officially designated “shovel-ready” or certified distribution / manufacturing sites, Rock County’s portfolio of available commercial and industrial property has the diversity to meet your footprint needs. With most sites owned by local units of government or collaborative public/private arrangements, developer of choice and speed-to-market are standard offerings – regardless of project size. Interstate access / exposure, rail service, compatible land use and modern utilities (some offering rdundant power) exist within both the urban and rural corridors.

For a listing of the available Business/Industrial Park property located throughout Rock County, click
on the Sites and Buildings tab to access Greater Beloit’s LOIS database. Information concerning the designated “shovel-ready” Business Park in Beloit can be accessed by visiting The Austin Company.

The Gateway Business Park is a mixed-use development located just north of the Wisconsin/Illinois border at the intersection of I-39/90 and I-43. The park is located within the City’s Development Opportunity Zone, which offers income tax credits to developers, financiers, and corporations that invest or locate here.

The park has 450 acres total, with 229.5 acres still available for sale. The industrial sites are zoned M-2 and are fully improved. There are many incentives available for this site.

Companies located in or near The Gateway Business Park include Kerry, Staples Order Fulfillment Center, Diamond Foods, Morse Group, Specialty Tools, Alliance Development, NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes, Chicago Fittings and Pratt Industries.

Prices range from $30,000 to $40,000 per acre